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22 March 2022

Wetherby “Wear a Hat” Raceday returns in support of Yorkshire Brain Tumour Research

An exciting afternoon of jump racing action features an eight race card and once again raises awareness for Brain Tumour charities by encouraging everyone to ‘Wear a Hat’.

Wetherby will be handing out on-the-spot prizes for the best hats, including £5 refreshment vouchers, Ticket vouchers, Tote bet Vouchers and also some bottles of fizz. The wackier the better!

All money raised will be split between two fantastic Brain Tumour charities, Yorkshire’s Brain Tumour Charity and Brain Tumour Research.

Volunteers from Yorkshire’s Brain Tumour Charity will be in attendance on the day, collecting donations, selling raffle tickets and holding an exit collection.

Raffle prizes include:

  • A pair of tickets to the Grand National Meeting at Aintree in April
  • Tickets to visit every Yorkshire Racecourse this summer
  • Easter Egg Hampers
  • Champagne and Chocolate Hampers
  • A three-course lunch for two at the fantastic ‘Tickled Trout’ in Bilton-in-Ainsty.

About Yorkshire Brain Tumour Charity

Funding research, support and grants in the Yorkshire region

YBTC is Yorkshire’s leading brain tumour charity dedicated to raising funds for life-changing research and patient support. Their vision is clear and simple, to cure a devastating disease that affects so many people. Whilst working to find a cure, they provide a patient and family support network.

Around 11,000 new cases of primary brain tumours are diagnosed in the UK every year, 15 each week in Yorkshire. To find out more about Yorkshire’s Brain Tumour Charity and the fantastic work they do, visit their website here.

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